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  • This older cultivar has been a favorite of mine. It is an astonishing grower, becoming a large clump in its first year here in zone 8b. It produces profusions of lovely blooms of rusty red, orange, beige, and yellow. It has been very rust-resistant as well, once showing some rust as it was about to die back in winter but not at any other time. I think this one deserves to be more popular.
  • I strongly recommend Insider Trading for southern growers. It has thrived in my zone 8b garden. It increases quickly, sends up gorgeous red blooms on strong scapes, produces lots of proliferations, and best of all--has not shown a speck of rust in my garden.
  • Even though this cultivar is unregistered, it has outperformed many in my zone 8b garden. It is a true evergreen, increases fast, is very rust-resistant, and sends up scads of large, luminous greenish-yellow blooms every summer. It's hard to capture that luminous color in a photo. It also reblooms very reliably. I strongly recommend this one for growers in the South.
  • I added Raspberry Griffin to my gardens in 2022, so I only have one season to review (at this point)... and already, I absolutely LOVE this daylily! It started blooming for me the last week of July and continued into the 2nd week of August. Not only is it gorgeous, it just kept cranking out blossom after blossom (on its very first season in the gardens).

    The blooms held well on scapes above the foliage - not the tallest by any means, but showing well. And they were extremely consistent not only in the pattern itself but the well-balanced positioning of the petals and sepals being evenly spaced and well-formed. There were 'no' flawed or misshapen blooms. It sent up several scapes and definitely stood out. I can only wonder how much more Raspberry Griffin will offer, once it matures and has become established in the gardens. Definitely one to keep an eye on!
  • Had 3 shorter rebloom scapes here the summer of 2022
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